Advance Cash on Your Settlement
How Does a Cash Advance Work?
With litigation weighing heavily on your mind, you probably find yourself wishing that the rest of life could just be simple and clear - especially the part where you figure out how you are going to pay your bills and take care of your family when you are hurt and cannot work. You have immediate and costly medical needs that can't wait, and you can't stop the bills from piling up.
Luckily for you, getting a cash advance while you wait for your case to settle could not be easier! Settlement advances are available for one purpose and one purpose only - to keep you and your family afloat until you win your case and receive the settlement award you deserve. The first thing you will need to do is tell your attorney that you want to apply for an cash advance settlement with us. Your attorney will then contact Legal Loans USA and provide us with all of the necessary information we will need to determine if you qualify for a lawsuit cash advance.
A lawsuit settlement cash advance is unlike a loan. For starters, you will not need to provide a credit report, employment records, or income history. Nor will you be required to make monthly payments once you are approved. You qualify to apply for a lawsuit settlement cash advance based solely on the type of case you have. The most obvious difference between settlement advances and a traditional loan, however, is that settlement advances are "non-recourse." Non-recourse means that if for any reason you do not win your case, you do not have to repay the settlement advance - ever.
You have everything to gain with a cash advance on your settlement - contact us today to get quick cash right away!
NOTE: Legal Loans USA provides non-recourse funding to plaintiffs based on potential future settlements or awards. THIS TYPE OF SERVICE IS NOT A LOAN. With respect to loans, repayment is a requirement in every instance. Our legal funding service is different in that any money advanced to the plaintiff only requires repayment if the plaintiff receives a cash settlement award. If the case is lost, the plaintiff is not obligated to repay the funded amount. Therefore, the use of the terms "loan" or "loans" on this website are used to describe legal funding and are not accurate legal or financial definitions of the transaction.